New Glove


#1

I’m looking at a new glove for pitching. I like a stiffer leather. I’m looking at either a primo or pro preferred. I had a A2K but the leather is too soft what glove would you recommend?


#2

When I played in high school and college, I used Rawlings Pro Preferred. After college I switched to Wilson A2000 and loved it.

If you are looking at Rawlings now, I would go with the Pro Preferred. It’s a little cheaper than the Primo and will have that stiffer feel you are looking for.

Either way, Rawlings and Wilson both make great gloves.


#3

Here’s my current glove - Rawlings HOH Pro Mesh 12". I seriously love it, and not many have it, which makes it even better :slight_smile:

http://ballgloves.com/cgi-local/p.pl?PRO12MTM


#4

I was looking at the HOH Pro Mesh with the trapeze web. I wasn’t sure the stiffness or how well the mesh would hold.


#5

Let us know which glove you end up getting and how you like it. There’s nothing like new leather to get the blood flowing a little extra.


#6

It’s a super lightweight glove - that’s what is most appealing to me. (Wilson’s and even the Pro Preferred and Primo Rawlings all feel a little too heavy for me.) All these gloves will last a few years. In college and pro ball, though, I tended to get 2 to 3 new ones a season.


#7

Torn Labrum so no new glove for me for a while.


#8

Wow, hope you come out of this stronger than before. On the glove I like the TPX gloves, hard to break in but really solid long lasting glove.


#9

I saw those i really liked the TPX pro flare. I start the process in two weeks the initial diagnosis is torn labrum we will see for sure after an MRI.